What is life without the drama – the good and bad experiences, the whirlwind of complicated emotions, and the unexpected turn of events? No matter how much you hate the curveballs that life throws at you, the truth is that our existence will be reduced to a boring saga without the complexities and uncertainties of life. The same goes with writing a story.
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If you’re thinking you are interested in the world of the blogging, but are looking for an effective way to begin, read on.
We put together this step-by-step, comprehensive how-to for new bloggers, taken directly from our Blog Smart Project, which is interactive content available in our writing tool TheRightMargin. It is a demonstration of the power of having a contextual interactive guide right alongside where you write. Currently, in TheRightMargin, there are “smart projects” for Blog, Novel, Short Story, Expository Essay, Letter to Congress, and more on the way.
At TheRightMargin, we find writing much easier with a checklist by our side. Let’s see this idea in action with an example familiar to anyone who’s submitted their work to a literary journal, magazine, or writing contest. Even if you haven’t done any of those things, read on to see how you can make your first submission go smoother and faster by following submission guidelines.